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robinsm last won the day on November 5 2017

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About robinsm

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    Rag and tube flyer
  • Birthday 27/09/1950

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  1. sounds like a plan to me Ian, brings the members together and boosts the rec site. Less work for you as well.
  2. Jeez, didn't this one go downhill in a hurry, must be a quiet day in the old folks home...lol
  3. With out David it would not be there for us to enjoy. If he can get something out of it while we enjoy it then great. If you dont like it, either dont go there or deal with it, dont spoil it for the many many australians that have enjoyed the museum and the facilities the airport has. Some people are never happy unless they try to spoil it for anyone else.
  4. Whatever the reason, more kudos to david for allowing the museum there in the first place and for running a great little airport.
  5. The airport is used extensively during the bushfire season as a standby area for firefighting aircraft and as a watering base for the local area.
  6. The owner and the politics involved with his money grabbing ideas removed a lot of the pleasure I had flying at and using the airtport. There are many good people out there but this idiot and a stupid money grabbing council have killed most of the ancillary joy for me. Flying is still great but the ancillary garbage is crap.
  7. this idiot is out of control. What is with the sydney contact number?
  8. robinsm


  9. maybe he had a very old fashioned idea of being loyal to his employer?
  10. Just a thought, why not ask the brains at Raa Aus to check it out. You pay them a fortune so let them practice some membership service for a change.
  11. Yep, paying money makes you safe, I note that as long as you do the online tick and flick you dont have to do the practical, makes sense...not.
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